Job ID: 2019-6311 Type: Stern School of Business (SB1071) # of Openings: 1 Category: Academic Program Support New York University
NYU's prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has an opportunity for an Assistant Director, Executive Education. This position works closely with EMBA students and the Stern registrar in an iterative process to help students choose and be registered for elective courses. In addition, the position will research and advise on strategies to raise the bar on all aspects of program delivery and manage the feedback process through which needs are identified.
Candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree along with 2 years relevant experience or equivalent combination including professional experience in a service business that requires managing multiple tasks/projects and satisfying multiple high level constituencies. The ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels and to produce clear, written explanations of complex processes is required. Excellent problem solve skills and attention to detail are a must. Experience in an academic environment with executive students is preferred.
NYU’s Stern School of Business, located in the heart of Greenwich Village in New York City, is one of the nation’s premier business schools. We offer a collegial and supportive culture, and an excellent benefits package, which includes NYU tuition remission after one year for eligible degree programs, and generous health benefits and time off. For more information about working at NYU and to apply for this position online (2019-6311), please visit our web site at: http://www.nyu.edu/about/careers-at-nyu.html. In your cover letter, please indicate where you learned about this opportunity. We accept online applications only.
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